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Camera repair made easy

Jimfixer -

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I had a Galaxy s5 that I just bought from Rogers . It was a cheap phone because it was old stock but it was a new phone . Everything worked great on the phone except the rear camera . The pictures came out blurry and had a sky blue tint to them. I messed with all the settings and even posted on the forum but got no joy.

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So because it was old stock, all sales were final and was not able to return the phone, so I ordered a new camera and was going to repair it. Well the camera arrived 2 days after a motorcycle accident left me banged up to the point I couldn't deal with the phone. After about six week, I got around to taking the phone apart, when I did finally open the phone to replace the camera—I noticed immediately that the protective cover had never been removed from the camera lens. This was a new phone. Old stock from Rogers . It was a blue clear lens cover that should have been peeled off at the factory or it was a refurbished phone and Rogers sold it as new old stock, not letting me know it was a refurbished phone, Either way I ended up buying a camera that wasn't needed. Because it had been 6 week I wasn't able to send it back.

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I should have taken the Phone apart to begin with like I had intended to do but thought no I don't want it sitting around open for any length of time while waiting for parts. I also thought to myself its a new phone why would there be a protective film there. Well live and learn

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